In a fraught year for women everywhere, the platform aims to amplify female filmmakers’ stories to instill hope, elicit empathy and provide support.
George Washington High Schools' Controversial Mural Gets Examined in 'Town Destroyer', Screening at at the Mill Valley Film Festival
The filmmakers behind one of the festival’s most thought-provoking films prepare to meet with local students for thoughtful discussions about art and censorship.
The Strangest Show on Earth: San Francisco-Based Art Collective The Residents at the Mill Valley Film Festival
One of the most enigmatic bands on the planet descends on the Sweetwater Music Hall for a live experience like you’ve never seen before.
Films for Good: The power of Advocacy Documentaries at the Mill Valley Film Festival’s Active Cinema Program
Call-to-action documentaries GIVE us an opportunity to focus, turn off our phones and learn about issues that affect us all in ways we might not even know.
MVFF has history of inspiring even the most famous celebrities in the world to let their guards down at one of the festival’s famous parties and get up close and personal with fans.
Larkspur’s Lark Theater and the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive return to the lineup; plus the addition of San Francisco’s Roxie Theater.
Young adults and students are our future and MVFF Education is offering schools free screenings, filmmaker Q&As and study guides.
This year, MVFF is recognizing the achievements of Latinas in film.
The festival kicks off with an exciting schedule of in-person theater screenings and events, as well as virtual offering. Get the inside scoop here.
The highlights at this year’s edition of the legendary film festival.